New dining apps steer you to where chefs like to eat, auto-pay the check and more
"gives chefs a platform on which to recommend not only restaurants, but specific dishes. I've become a big fan because of the app's breezy style, fun graphics and inside dope"
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"lets chefs tell you where and what they are eating"
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"Get insider food tips with ChefsFeed"
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"find not only the best restaurants around, but also exactly what to order when you get there"
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"On ChefsFeed, culinary heavyweights dish on favorite haunts"
More and more celebrity chefs are sharing their favorite foods on this restaurant recommendation app
"In a way, the app becomes a social network for chefs that the rest of us foodies can spy on."
This New 'Anti-Yelp' Food App Is Banking on Hungry Millennials
“Lets be honest: If you're looking to eat seriously good food, you're going to want to go where the chefs go.”
ChefsFeed, which helps you eat like a master chef, adds more cities to its plate
“Getting recommendations directly from a group of chefs who are often among the best in their cities has the added advantage of serving as a kind of barometer for what the latest food trends are in a given city.”
ChefsFeed, An App For Dishes Recommended By Top Chefs, Gets A New Look
“Throughout the new app are huge photos of those dishes, making it feel like Houzz but for ridiculously good-looking food”
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"If you want to impress your date, and don't want to leave your restaurant selection to chance or fickle online reviews, use ChefsFeed to discover where the pros eat."
Startup that lets chefs review restaurants lands $4m
“Capitalizing on the celebrity of chefs, ChefsFeed recruits top culinarians — rather than ordinary diners — to recommend their favorite dishes.”
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“I am certainly more inclined to trust a chef with a name (and a reputation to guard) than the anonymous grouch who gives a great cafe a low rating after having to wait five minutes for a table.”
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“ChefsFeed is an app I can’t live without”
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“…a conversation between chefs and foodies that runs deeper and longer than any one review”